Two homer Redskins fans explain the genius of Mike Shanahan and why the QB battle doesn't matter.
Before you want to complain about the Baltimore Ravens offensive line, remember that the new cast of blockers have never played together and could very well turn what appeared to be a major weakness and turn it into a solid strength of the team.
From SB Nation, here is a YouTube video showing an innocuous play from last nights game between the Baltimore Ravens and visiting Washington Redskins, where the Ravens were flagged for a false start, but when the referee announced the infraction, instead of naming the player who committed the penalty, he attributed it to the "entire offensive line."
It was reported on both Baltimore Ravens.com and the National Football Post that Ravens rookie wide receiver Tandon Doss foiled an assault attempt at a local restaurant before heading over to M&T Bank Stadium to play in the team's 34-31 come from behind victory over the Washington Redskins in the third pre-season game for both teams.
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The annual 'Battle of the Beltway' renews its rivalry as the Baltimore Ravens host their I-95 neighbor to the south, the Washington Redskins in the third pre-season game for both teams.
Earlier this week, former Baltimore ravens cornerback Josh Wilson, now a member of the Washington Redskins, was asked about the rivalry between the two teams, even in a pre-season game. He starting off the "dissing" by saying there was no comparison between the fan bases, according to a story in the Washington Post.
If the Indianapolis Colts can lure QB Kerry Collins out of retirement, then why can't the Baltimore Ravens do the same thing with last year's backup, Marc Bulger?